Closet - December 03, 2016
“Santa tell me, if you’re really there?”
It’s almost that time of the year, and I bet Ariana’s ready to echo on repeat through your speakers again. Countless delicious dinners and get-togethers with friends and family: cosiness can be fancy too! Today’s outfit post is meant to inspire you in your outfit choice this year.
Discover my number one Christmas outfit! It’s an ensemble of the Italian designer Flavio Castellani that I bought in Saint Tropez this Summer, as an early birthday present from me to me. Yep that’s right: I adore picking gifts for everyone, myself included! And that’s one reason why I’m so excited about Christmas every year. To be honest I had never heard of the designer before. But waw, his designs are e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g! The blazer and skirt are embroidered with mini-mirrors, gems, tule and golden fringes. I also dare to wear the captain-inspired blazer with a black ripped jeans and sneakers, a perfect way to give my comfo class looks that little bit more. For Christmas though, I’m planning on wearing it together with the skirt, fishnets and high heels.
Unfortunately they don’t have shops in Belgium, so for my next purchase I’ll be digging desperately through their webshop! I’m in love with the uniqueness of their designs, and standing out from the crowd with my own style is something that’s becoming more and more important to me. Fashion does not exist for keeping it ordinary!
To keep you guys in the mood for Christmas (although I’m sure I don’t need to make efforts for that haha) I’m sharing my favorite spots and dreamy pictures of my stay in Zürich with you next week! I’ve been really amazed by this city and if there’s one place that I’d probably move to one day… I’m sure that would be Switzerland. Celebrating Christmas there must be a true experience that I’d love to live one day.
I hope you like the outfit! Let’s impress Santa together this year.
❤ I was wearing: Flavio Castellani skirt and blazer, Zara lace blouse, Veritas fishnets, Alberto Guardiani heels
❤ Pictures by Annelies Schrevens